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THE STESPEAN 

1981-82 

VOLUME LIV 

'Union College 

Barbourville,. Kentucky 

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Abigail E. Weeks Memorial Library 




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Pfeiffer Hall Dormitory 




Stevenson Hall Dormitory 




Conway Boatman Chapel 




Student Center 




Lighthouse 



Well! Here it is! The 1982 Stespean has come in 
and we are proud! 

You will notice that some items and activities are 
left out. This is due to clubs, faculty, and staff not 
showing up for their photos or some photography 
difficulties. A yearbook can only be as good as it 
should be if EVERYONE cooperates. 

We were so busy in making sure all things were in 
order, we forgot to take our own photo! Listed 
below are the staff of The 1982 Stespean: 

Editor Arthur Honican 

Layout Editor Lori Brockman 

Photographers Melissa Bailey 

Barry Goetschius 

Raymond Short 

Byron Walker 

Business Managers Glenna Mills 

Gertrude Smith 

Secretary Susan Moore 

Advisor Dr. Betty Stroud 

Special thanks to Andy Messer, Delilia Miller, and 
Susan Williams for their volunteer help when dead- 
lines were approaching. 

Arthur Honican 
Editor 



1982 



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June Dean Anderson 
Flat Lick, Kentucky 
Business 
Administration/Accounting 



Jo Anne Ball 
Somerset, Kentucky 
English 



Bernadette Bingham 
Barbourville, Kentucky 
Elementary Education 





Janice Bingham 
Barbourville, Kentucky 
Health 



Michael Wayne Brothers 
Harlan, Kentucky 
Business Administration 



Cheryl Brown 
Corbin, Kentucky 
Accounting 






Carl H. Castell, Jr. 
Bloomlield, Kentucky 
Business Administration 



Robert L. Crawford 
Brookville, Ohio 
Health 



Cynthia B. Davis 
Pineville, Kentucky 
Business Administration 




Roberta Dean 
Tinsley, Kentucky 
Secondary Education 




Linda Green 
Barbourville, Kentucky 
Business Administration 



Sandy Hale 
Lebannon, Ohio 
Physics/Math 




Bill E. Harbin, Jr. 
Pineville, Kentucky 

Accounting/Business 
Administration 





Dominico Harris 
Barbourville, Kentucky 
Sociology 





Daniel M. Hoffman 
Pittman, New Jersey 
Business Administration 




Karen Hornbeck 
Lexington, Kentucky 
Physical Education 



Chucks Iwunze 

Nigeria 

Math 



Muhammad Jahangiri 

Shiraz, Iran 

Business Administration 






Dennis Macy 
Louisville, Kentucky 
Accounting 



Joesph Matvey 
Greensburg, Pennsylvania 
Sociology 



Glenna Mills 

Flat Lick, Kentucky 

Elementary Education 






Maxola Mills 
Dewitt, Kentucky 
Elementary Education 



Steven Allen Mitchell 
Madisonville, Kentucky 
History/English 



Kim Moore 

Barbourville, Kentucky 
Business Adm. /Office Adm. 






Brenda Neal 

Wallins Creek, Kentucky 

Business Administration 



Dwayne Peters 
Elizabethville, Pennsylvania 
Health and Physical Education 



Charles Pickard 
Barbourville, Kentucky 
Physics/Math 





Linda Pizzutillo 
Medford, New Jersey 
Elementary Education 



Gina Suzette Smith 
Barbourville, Kentucky 
Business Adm. /Office Adm. 



Linda Lou Smith 
London, Kentucky 
Business Administration 






Ed Stiner 

New Market, Tennessee 

Business Administration 



Veronic Surratt 
Jarvis, Kentucky 
Business Administration 



Jackie Waldroop 
Fonde, Kentucky 
Elementary Education 




Denver Word 
Manchester, Kentucky 
Physical Education 



SENIOR CHARACTERISTICS 




JUNIORS 



Rickie Allen 

Jennifer Amy 

Tina Anderson 



Jennifer Bachman 

Kathie Barzee 

Paula Bright 



Judy Broughton 
Scott Broughton 
Sylvia Cornelius 



Kathy Doane 
Lillie Galindo 
Keith Gilbert 



Susie Ann Goodin 

Teresa Gray 

Jeanne Gregory 





Barbara Hale 
Jennifer Lynn Hall 
Joyce Hill 



Sandra Hinkle 
Elizabeth Hoffman 
Anne Hogan 



Arthur Honican 
Karen Hornbeck 
Debbie Hoskins 



Susan Hoskins 
Rebecca Huntley 
Randy Hurst 



Helen Johnson 
Brad Jones 
Tammie Jones 



Matthew Kompancaril 

Judy Laws 

Elaine Livas 



David Malecki 

Bill McDonald 

Jack McWilliams 



Dennis Mills 
Gregory Mills 
Ralph Moore 



Cora Ann Noe 
Sharon Oxendine 
Arthur Pritchard 



Sharon Renfro 

Dwayne Ross 

Rod Sears 





Brenda Shelton 
Gertrude Smith 
Cory Straup 



Susi Sutter 
James Tinsley 
Terry Thompson 



Byron Walker 
Judy Warren 
Anthony Wells 



Susan Williams 
Beatriz Cardoso 
Paula Carson 



JUNIOR 
CHARACTERISTICS 




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Roger Alford 
Curtis Allen 
Alvin Bailey 



Priscilla Bailey 
Randall Baker 
Tammy Benge 



Nora Bingham 
Kenny Bright 
Stanley Brock 



Melinda Buchanan 

Julie Buzard 

Jeff Campbell 



Garnett Carnes 

Wilbur Carnes 

Mark Carson 





Lisa Chadwell 
Terry Coleman 
Deronda Collier 



Pamela DeBorde 
Andra Dunn 
Vila Dykes 



Winston Fleu 
Phyllis Frazier 
Pam Garner 



Margaret Gilbert 
Donna Girdner 
Dennis Graham 



Billy Griffin 
Charles Gross 
Teresa Haggard 



Susie Hale 

Dennis Hammons 

Norman Hayes 



Jeff Hensley 

Kathy Irvin 

Bobby Jackson 



David Jackson 

William Jackson 

Carlene Jeffers 



Charles Johnson 

Amir Keshanarz 

John King 



Jeff Lanham 

Doug Lunsford 

Karen Marser 





Kimberly Martin 
Pamela Jo Mason 
Tony Maxey 



Mike McWilliams 
Delila Miller 
Danny Mills 



Henry Mills 
Kathy Mills 
Mark Mills 



Charles Miracle 
Malcolm Miracle 
Janelle Mitzel 



Happy Mobelini 
Judy Owens 
Penny Pace 



Chris Pulliam 
Jackie Purnell 
Warren Reasor 



Earl Roberts 

Stephanie Slusher 

Marty Smith 




Michael Smith 

Teresa Smith 

Elaine Stout 



Michael Taylor 

Michael Thompson 

Tony Turner 




Eric Waters 
John Watkins 
Stephen White 



John Lindsay Woodcock 
Ron Yanich 
Lee Ann Alford 



Glenn Miller 
Cordia Stewart 



SOPHOMORE 
CHARACTERISTICS 



FRESHMEN 




Kathy Sue Alford 

Jeff Allie 

Jana Angel 



P.J. Austin 
Sandy Baker 
Shelia Baker 



Terry Baker 

George Barley 

Kim Barley 



Laretta Barton 

Elaine Begley 

Joy Berkley 



Glenna Beverly 
Delbert Bray 
Randy Bright 





Christine Brock 
Donna Brock 
Drertda Brock 



Irene Brock 
Donald Buchanan 
Laurie Burgin 



Michelle Burlew 
Benpierre Cabuay 
Matt Callihan 



Loretta Carroll 
Sherry Caudill 
Wendell Clark 



Taram Cleare 
Cecilia Contreas 
Dewayne Cooper 



Billie Cornell 

Carmela Crabb 

Brenda Craig 



Maxine Crater 
Chuck Crawford 
David Crawford 



Kenneth Crawford 

Betty Creasy 

Janet Deadwyler 



Priscilla Defore 

Deborah Dixon 

Bill Dunn 



Dwight Dunn 

Kathi Dunn 

Angela Elliott 





Robert Elliott 
Cecil Foley 
Ali Fuwaz 



Faye France 
Bryan Frederick 
John Cacesa 



Charlotte Gambrel 
Scott Gilbert 
Barry Goetschius 



Darla Goodman 
Alan Gover 
Helen Gray 



Karen Gray 
Vicky Gray 
Diane Greene 



Harold Cliff Gregory 

Kim Griffin 

Debbie Grubb 



Paul Hale 

Stella Faye Hale 

Tim Hammons 



Mashelle Hampton 

Debora Herd 

Mark Allen Herd 



Beverly Hensley 

Sherry Hensley 

Marjory Heldebrand 



Lavon Helton 

Gregory Hogg 

Akira Horio 





Anne Hoskins 
Steve Hoskins 
Regina Hubbard 



Carol Jackson 
Carla Jordan 
Harold Jones 



Karen Jones 
Reda Jones 
Tammy Jones 



Daphine Keith 
Douglas Keith 
Warren Kendig 



Bernice Kyereboah 
Patricia Laudon 
Virginia Lawson 



JoDonna Lewis 

Theresia Lewis 

Tommy Lockard 



Deborah Logan 

Jean Louis 

Celia Marcum 



Patricia Marin 

Pamela Martin 

Debrina Majette 



Pearl Maybrier 

Valerie Merida 

Lillie Messer 



Crysalina Middleton 
Connie Miller 
Kristina Miller 





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Jim Mills 
Kimberly Mills 
Marcia Mills 



Britt Miracle 
Donald Mink 
Fredde Minick 



Susan Moore 
Sheilah Mosley 
Michael Muller 




Stephen Nagbe 
George Pappas 
Billy Parrott 



Lisa Parrott 
Beverly Patterson 
Sherry Patterson 



Vernetta Patterson 

Felicia Pembleton 

Tammie Perkins 



Vickie Phipps 
Joseph Pickard 
Loretta Pickard 



Tammy Powell 

Lonnie Powers 

Teresa Prater 



Edward Rae 

Roger Redmon 

Cynthia Reinhardt 





Claude Renfro 
Kay Rice 
Kelly Roaden 



Paula Roark 
Debra Rogers 
Jimmy Rose 



Peggy Sams 
Arnold Saylor 
Fairy Schwartzkopf 



Linda Sharp 
Leah Short 
Raymond Short Jr. 



Cathy Sizemore 
Chuck Slusher 
Ricky Slusher 



Darryl Smith 

Devonne Smith 

Eric Staub 



Kyoichi Sugimoto 

Bobbi Sutherland 

Joey Taylor 



Mary Taylor 

Ricardo Testino 

Ed Tinsley 



Barbara Trimarco 

Robin Trent 

Lynette Turner 



Martha Turner 
Robert Turner 
Greg Warlield 





Gary West 
Eddie Whitaker 
Michael Wilcher 



Teresa Williams 
Henry Wilson 
Vicki Wilson 



Darwin Winston 
Jennifer Witt 
Melissa Bailey 



Lori Brockman 
Jim Coldiron 
George Georgitsis 



John Lusby 
Andy Messer 
David Messer 





Barry stands guard 
outside of STESPEAN 
office. 




ADMISTRATION AND FACULTY 




DR. MAHLON A. MILLER 
President of Union College 
1959- 



Anne B. Adams 
Reading Specialist 





Virginia S. Baker 
Administrative Assistant, Office 
of Academic Affairs, Instructor of 
English 



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Edward H. Black 

Director of Institutional Planning 

and Evaluation; SDIP 

Coordinator 






George Black 
Programmer/Analyst 



Neil Bradley 
Career Counselor 



LaDonna Carey 
Director of Financial Aid 






Clevis Carter 

Director of Coal Tech., Asst. 

Prof, of Physical Science 



Debbie Cornelius 

Asst. Dir., Upward Bound 



Dan Crabtree 
Admissions Counselor 





Charles Dibble 
Director, Adult and Non- 
professional Cont. Ed. 



Jan Finkel 

Assoc. Prof, of English 



Faye France 
Circulation Supervisor 






Allan Green 

Assoc. Prof, of Music 



Joe Hacker 

Asst. Prof, of Business 



Arthur Hafner 
Prof, of Education 






Paula Hammons 

Asst. Prof, of Office Adm. 



Elizabeth Harris 

Secretary, Office of Academic 

Advising, Planning and 

Placement 



Beverly Hensley 
Secretary, Library 





Larry Inkster 

Assl. Prof, of Health and P.E.; 

Soccer coach, Baseball Coach 



Patricia Isaacs 
Inst, of Accounting 



Jenetta Johnson 
Postal Clerk 



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Daphine Keith 
Secretary of Registrar 



Mary Alice Lay 

Dir. of Alumni Affairs, Asst. Prof. 

of Home Ec. 



Richard Lockett 

Dir. of Exper. Ed.; Instr. of Pol. 

Science 






Debbie Long 

Sup. of Duplication Center 



W. Gordon Marigold 

Head, Dept. of Languages; Prof. 

of Languages 



Louise Martin 
Data Processing 






Randel Martin 
Asst. Prof, of Math 



Robert Matthews 
Head, Dept. of Religion and 
Philosophy; Francis Landrum 
Mem. Prof, of Rel. 



James McFerrin 
Head Librarian 






Darita Mills 
Purchasing Agent 



Pete Moore 

Head, Dept. of Health and P.E., 

Athletics Dir., Prof, of Health and 

P.E. 



Freda New 

Adm. Asst. to Dean to Students 






Joyce Newsome 
Computer Programmer 



Francis Nussbaum 
Assoc. Prof, of Biology 



Sherman Oxendine 

Assoc. Prof, of History; Dir. of 

App. Semester 






France* Palridge 
Chairperson, Div. of App. Sci., 
Assoc. Prof, of Health and P.E. 



Lorefta Sue Payne 
Sr. Data Clerk 



Marshall Potter 

Super, of Buildings and Grounds 






Arlene Prewitt 

Instr. of English, CDA Program 



Brad Reynolds 
Public Information Off. 



Warren Robbins 

Dean of Graduate Acad. Affairs, 

Prof, of Ed. 






Laverna Saunders 

Dir. of Learning Resource Center 



Rev. Quentin Scholtz 
Campus Minister 



Pat Schweitzer 

Dorm. Dir. of Pfeiffer Hall 






Phyllis Sexton 
Bookstore Manager 



Carolyn Smith 

Sec. to Office of Acad. Advising 

and Career Placement 



Dwight Stewart 

Dean of Faculty, Prof, of 

Philosophy 






Betty Stroud 

Asst. Prof, of Music 



Beverly Swafford 

Secretary to Graduate Office 



Janet Tarry 

Dir. of Spec. Programs 






John Taylor 

Asst. Prof, of History 



Boyd Todd 
Business Man./Trea. 



Milton Townsend 

Vice Pres. for College Relations 

and Development 






Shelia Tucker 

Instr. of Bus. Adm. and Econ. 



William Turner 

Asst. Prof, of Education 



Don Weaver 

DP Director, Systems Analyst 






Kay Weaver 
C.R.O.S.S. Coordinator 



John Willis 

Asst. Prof, of Sociology 



Andelys Wood 
Assoc. Prof, of English 



Lester Woody 

Assoc. Prof, of English 




ACTIVITIES 



Staley Lectures 




Dr. Samuel Proctor (middle) was the guest speaker of the Staley Lectures. The theme of his 
lectures was "Human Understanding." Students Dominico Harris (left) and Felicia Pemble- 
ton (right) attend a private session with Dr. Samuel Proctor. 



Willson-Gross 
Lectures 




Dr. James Efird (left), Assoc. Professor at Duke University School, was the guest speaker of the 
Willson-Gross Lectures. The theme of the lectures was based upon the title "Apocalyptic 
Literature." Dr. Robert Matthews (center) and Rev. Quentin Scholtz (right) converses with Dr. 
Efird. 



CROSS 




CROSS is the acronym for the Campus Registry of Sharing Service. The purpose of CROSS 
is to fill requests for volunteers from county, city, and college service agencies with student, 
faculty, and staff volunteers. Students Stephanie Slusher (left) and Tammy Benge (right) 
paint the window sign at the Methodist Mountain Mission in Barbourville as their service to 
the community through CROSS. 



Campus 




Father Glennon of St. Gregory Roman Catholic Church 
aides Rev. Quentin Scholtz, Campus Minister, in the Ash 
Wednesday Service. 



The Campus Ministry program of Union College offers many opportunities to students. The 
Lighthouse Singers are composed of a group of students who volunteer their time and their 
singing abilities to go out to local churches and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ. 

C.R.O.S.S. (Campus Registry of Sharing Services) is made up of students, faculty, and 
administration who wish to volunteer their time and talents for the campus community and 
the community of Barbourville. 

Chapel services are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Attendance is voluntary. Because of 
the new academic emphasis placed on Chapel, Chapel is offered as an hour credit for 
humanities. 

The Campus Ministry program, under the direction of Rev. Quentin Scholtz, Campus Minister, 
has a place for every student, faculty, and administration member of Union's campus 
community. 



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One of the highlights of Campus Ministry is the Hanging of the Greens. 




Left to right: Judy Broughton, Deronda Collier, and Brenda Shelton prepare to decorate their window for the Hanging 
of the Greens. 



Cabaret 




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Stage Band director Allan Green shows the audience what he 
can do when it comes to jazz. 




Kim Moore captures the audience with her lovely voice. 



Linda Smith, 1982 Homecoming Queen, enjoys a dance with 
her escort. 



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Sue Pitorak captures the eyes of men in the audience. 



Raymond Latrelle sings to us about a dead skunk. 



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GYPSY was the fall musical performed during Parents Weekend. Left to right: Susan Pitorak, Cathy Pesce, Connie 
Miller, and Linda Smith. 




JOE EGG was a comedy play performed in the Spring semester. Left to right: Conrad Richards, Deronda Collier, 
Susan Pitorak (kneeling), Jason LeMay, and Cathy Pesce. 




JACQUES BREL was a delightful musical comedy performed in the spring. Left to right: Becky Houghton, Richard Lockett, Randel 
Martin, and Betty Stroud. 




THE PHANTOM TOLLBOOTH was a childrens play performed in the fall. Left to right: Susan Williams. Del Bray, Barry Goetschius, 
and Celia Marcum. 



Choir 




The Union College Choir presents a Madrigal Dinner. 




The Union College Choir, under the direction of Dr. Betty Stroud, provides Union 
with opportunities of its students to enjoy and appreciate the many forms of 
musical art. The Choir sings many songs ranging from the music of the early 
Church, the Baroque era, madrigals, and contemporary songs as themes and 
arrangements from "Oklahoma," "H.M.S. Pinafore," and "West Side Story." 
The Choir performs in Chapel services, Founder's Day, Honor's Day, and its fall 
and spring concerts. 



Brad Jones says, "You can't have 
your pig and eat it, too." 




1982 




Soccer 




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From left to right. First row: Eric Waters, Ali Compier, Don Buchanan, Dan Hoffman, Rufus Dinuwelle, 
Shoja Nabavi, Chukes Iwunze, Ricardo Testino, Stephen Nagbe, Cory Straup, Second row: Karen 
Hornbeck, stats, Ali Fuwaz, Amir Keshavarz-Joud, Chuck Slusher, Darwin Winston, John Lusby, Dwayne 
Peters, John Gacesa, Carl Castell, Byron Walker, John P. Louis, Mohammad Jahangiri, Roy Silver, and 
Coach Larry Inkster. 




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Cory Straup strives to get the ball. 



1981-82 SCHEDULE 




OPPONENT 




2 


Morehead State U. 


3 
2 


3 


University of Ky. 
Northern Kentucky U 
Transylvania 
Centre 







Georgetown 
Cumberland 





Berea JV 


1 


Centre 



4 


Georgetown 
Eastern Kentucky U. 




STATE TOURNAMENT 


2 




Transylvania 
Centre 




NAIA TOURNAMENT 


1 


Berea 


4 


Asbury 



MENS 








Left to right. First row: Greg Hogg, Alan Gover, Greg Gover, Chris Pulliam, and Ricky Slusher. Second 
row: Coach Pete Moore, Mike Welcher, Scott Broughton, Jeff Lanham, Happy Mobelini, Darryl Smith, 
Dwight Dunn, Jeff Reide, and Roger Redmond. Third row: Eddie Whittaker, George Barley, Doug 
Lunsford, Dwayne Ross, Guy Carter, and Mark Herd. 







1981 


-82 SCHEDULE 






UNION 


OPPONENT 




UNION 


OPPONENT 




76 


77 


Carson Newman 








81 


110 


Campbellsville 


56 


72 


Winthrop 


86 


101 


Rio Gramde 


79 


93 


Georgetown 


86 


76 


Tennessee Wesleyan 


74 


69 


Thomas More 


92 


97 


Lincoln Memorial 


83 


98 


Berea 


63 


83 


Xavier 


80 


101 


Transylvania 


83 


96 


Clinch Valley 


61 


86 


Georgetown 


66 


79 


Rio Grande 


80 


91 


Alice Lloyd 


57 


61 


Cumberland 


57 


67 


Cumberland 


96 


76 


Alice Lloyd 


82 


88 


Clinch Valley 


85 


92 


Berea 


77 


79 


Pikeville 


74 


88 


Carson Newman 


86 


91 


Tennessee Wesleyan 


8? 


95 


Bellarmine 


98 


92 


Campbellsville 


75 


94 


Rollins College 


80 


94 


Thomas More 


46 


78 


Central Florida 


76 


77 


Pikeville 


6? 


103 


Newberry 


71 


90 


Lincoln Memorial 








KIAC TOURNAMENT 










89 


102 


Thomas More 



Basketball 




Greg Gover makes the effort for Union. 



Doug Lunsford jumps for two. 



WOMENS 




Left to right. First row: Lisa Roark and Jana Angel. Second row: Teresa 
Haggard, Nancy Barger, Lori Muncy, and Regina Hubbard. Third row: Lori 
Brockman, Sandy Hale, Tammy Perkins, and Billie Cornett. Fourth row: Sherry 
Caudill, Debbie Dixon, Paula Carson, and Sharon Oxendine. Fifth row: Coach 
Sherry Yeager, Felicia Pembleton, Darla Goodman, Diane Greene, and Asst. 
Coach Jo Sloan. 



BASKETBALL 





Senior Billie Cornett keeps her eye on the ball. 



Senior Sandy Hale scouts the court. 



UNION 


OPPONENT 




71 


63 


Transylvania 


51 


56 


Linsey Wilson 


60 


62 


Lincoln Memorial U 


86 


59 


Transylvania 


55 


78 


Cumberland 


67 


50 


Alice Lloyd 


76 


67 


Midway 


64 


81 


Pikeville 


55 


67 


Lincoln Memorial U 


38 


37 


Lindsey Wilson 


55 


84 


Lee's Jr. College 


70 


50 


Centre 


80 


72 


Berea 


66 


79 


Georgetown 


85 


79 


Transylvania 


68 


59 


Centre 


57 


56 


Sue Bennett 


69 


78 


Berea 


70 


71 


Lee's Jr. College 



1981-82 SCHEDULE 

UNION OPPONENT 



56 
53 
76 
66 
64 



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50 



76 
71 
71 
78 
53 



Midway 
Alice Lloyd 
Pikeville 
Sue Bennett 
Cumberland 



STATE CHAMPIONSHIP 



54 
51 



Berea 
Midway 



REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP 



64 47 

58 60 

59 71 



Columbia, S.C. 
Bridgewater, Va. 
Ferrum, Va. 



Record — 14-15 
Conference — 7-2, 1st place 
Recognitions — 2nd in state 

4th in regionals 




A team that plays together stays together. 




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Debbie Dixon up for two. 



Sandy Hale on the attack. 




Get out of her way, Sharon! 



Swim Team 




Left to right. First row: Priscilla Defore, Pat Laudon, Stephanie Slusher, Michelle Burlew, Kim Callison, and Coach 
Drew Pringle. Second row: Dennis Macy, Mike Taylor, Carl Castell, Chuck Slusher, Donald Buchanan, and John 
Lusby. 



Tennis 




Left to right: David Jackson, Arnold Saylor, Chuks Iwunze, John David King, Raj Muthuswamy, Dennis Macy, and Coach 
Allan Green. Not pictured are Bill Forester, John Lusby, and Mike Smith. 





1982 Schedule 




Union 

1 


Opponent 

8 


Tusculum 





9 


Lincoln Memorial U 


3 


6 


Tusculum 





9 


Lincoln Memorial U 


9 
3 
1 
1 
1 
7 
5 



6 
8 
8 
8 
2 
4 


Alice Lloyd 
Clinch Valley 
Asbury 
Clinch Valley 
Campbellsville 
Alice Lloyd 
Pikeville 


1 


8 


Berea 


3 


6 


Pikeville 


3 

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6 
8 


Kentucky State 
Berea 


Overall record: 3-12 




KIAC record: 3-6 







Track 




Left to right. First row: Bill Jackson, Bobbie Sutherland, Priscilla Defore, Margaret Gilbert, and Chuck Slusher. Second row: 
Denver Word, John Louis, Eddie Whittaker, Mark Herd, Dennis Macy, and Coach Drew Pringle. 



1983 




ORGANIZATIONS 



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Left to right. First row: Cory Straup, Mike Brothers, Mike Thompson, Terry Thompson, Dan 
Hoffman. Second row: Fairy Schwartzhopf, Mary Manis, Priscilla Bailey, Penny Pace, Paula 
Hammons, Pam Garner, and Veronica Surrautt. Third row: Pam DeBorde, Lisa Sharpe, Teresa 
Payne, June Anderson, Teresa Sharpe, Sandy Hinkle, and Barbara Anderson. 



Gamma Beta Phi 




Left to right. First row: Beatriz Cardoso, Cathy Pesce, and Brenda Neal. Second row: Dan 
Hoffman, Donna Brock, Linda Pizzutillo, Pam Mason, Vita Coleman, Brenda Shelton, Judy 
Broughton, and Stan Brock. Third row: Becky Houghton, Gina Smith, Bill Forrester, Doug 
Lunsford, Happy Mobelini, Deronda Collier, Gertrude Smith, and Advisor Dr. Lester Woody. 



Pi Upsilon Beta 




Left to right. First row: Wilbur Carries, James Tinsley, Darris Broughton, and Shoja Nabavi 
Second row: Robert Elliott, Denver Word, Hossie Smith, and Bill Forrester 



lota Sigma Nu 




Lett to right. First row: Roberta Tinsley, Randy Martin, Gina Smith, Ralph Moore, Brenda Neal, and Cynthia Davis. 
Second row: Beverly Cottrell, Bernadette Bingham, Teresa Doan, JoAnn Ball, Peg Black, and Ed Black. Third row: 
Jean Wainscott, Cheryl Brown, Linda Greene, Elizabeth Hoffman, and Susan Hoskins. Fourth row: Gertrude Smith, 
Linda Smith, Susan Williams, June Anderson, and Bill McDonald. 



lota Mu 
Gamma 




First row. Left to right: Tammy Benge and Kim Moore. Second row: Stephanie Slushier, Lisa Brock, and Susan Baldwin. Third 
row: Kim Callison and Debrina Majette. 




MIDDLESBORO COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS, INC. 

P.O. Box 1485 
Middlesboro, Kentucky 40965 



D and W Cafeteria 



Trademart Center 
Corbin, Kentucky 

528-8847 
Catering Service 



ARA 
FOOD SERVICE 



Union and ARA 

Working Together 

for 24 Years. 



Compliments of 

The Bank of 
Harlan 

Harlan, Kentucky 40831 


Compliments of 

KENTUCKY 

UTILITIES 

COMPANY 

OF PINEVLLE 


O'DELLS 

JEWELRY & GIFTS 

UNION PLAZA — BARBOURVILLE, 
KY 

546-8015 
THOMAS A. SMITH 


Compliments of 

THE CREEK 
STORE 

Flatlick, Kentucky 



Patrons 



Chris, Karla, Darla, and Joey Anderson 

Valory Baker 

Neil A. Bradley 

Terry Carnes 

Mr. and Mrs. John Dixon 

Rebecca L. Houghton 

J & B Cafe 

Knox Studio 

Deborah M. Long 

Mid South Hi Fi ot Corbin 

Nell's Dress Shop 

Loretta Pickard 

Bob Potter 

Pat Schweitzer 

Peggy Sue Smith 

Beverly Swafford 

TG & Y Family Center of Barbourville 

Boyd Todd 

Michael L. Warren and family 



Kentucky Farm 

Bureau 

Insurance 

Daniel Boone Drive 
Barbourville, KY. 

546-4715 

Auto — Life — Fire — Homeowners — 
Farmowners — F.C.L. — Bluee Cross 

Gene Hurst — Agent 


Convenient Food 
Mart 

240 Daniel Boone Drive 

Barbourville, KY. I 

Open 7 days a week 
6 am til 12 midnight 

Health and Beauty Aids 
Hunting and Fishing License 

Tina Chatin, manager 


Belk Simpson 

Central Street 
Harlan, KY. 

Donated for the betterment of College 

Journalism 

at Union College 

R.W. Wilson 


Belk Simpson 

Trademart Shopping Center 
Corbin, KY. 

Where shopping is 
convenient and pleasant. 

The selection is wide. 



R.H. Hobbs Co. 


Lana's Trading 




Post 


Knox Street 


Flat Lick, Kentucky 40935 


Barbourville, Kentucky 40906 


542-9240 or 542-4530 


546-4147 


GIFTS, NOVELTIES, SOUVENIRS, POTTERY, 
GLASSWARE 


Mid-South Coal 


G&M Oil Co., 


Co., Inc. 


Inc. 


John Baker, Jimmary Baker, Gary Gray 




417 Knox Street 


P.O. Box 300 


Office F 




Barbourville, Kentucky 40906 


Barbourville, Kentucky 40906 


Office: 546-6715 Tipple: 549- 
5350 


546-3909 



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